The sound of music, laughter, children’s play and family talk is the setting for the second Prim’s Carnival in Valencia’s Heritage Park.
Three local temples and synagogues in the Santa Clarita Valley gather to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim.
Rabbi Mark Bolaze said: “Purim celebrates the almost massacred Jews of the Persian Empire two to five years ago.” This holiday is an annual holiday celebrating the survival of Jews at other times and elsewhere. ”
At the Carnival, children have the opportunity to paint their faces, apply hair gel, and work with family as handicrafts.
“It means a day of fun … giving people a chance to have fun,” Blazer said.
Children and adults are dressed in Halloween Costumes Outlet to celebrate the carnival.